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0000017b-27e8-d2e5-a37b-7fffd9d20000Below, check out our coverage of the candidates and issues on the general municipal ballot for southwest Missouri.The polls open at 6 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 7. For local polling or ballot details, find your election authority here.Don't know where to vote? Or have other voter-related questions? Click here.On Election Night, 7 p.m. or later: Check for Greene County results on its website, Facebook, or on Twitter.

Overall, Schools Fared Well in Tuesday's Election

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Voters in the Bradleyville School District said yes to a tax levy increase.  The money will be used for repairs and maintenance at schools, for staffing and for operating expenses.

A measure to allow the Fordland School District to raise its tax levy for a new early childhood center was approved.  The center will also serve as a FEMA storm shelter for the community.

A bond issue for Neosho Schools was approved by voters Tuesday.  Neosho plans to build a new junior high school.

Voters in the Richards R-V School District in Howell County turned down a ballot issue that would have allowed the district to build a high school.

A bond issue for Billings Schools was approved.  Among other things, the district will construct a multipurpose facility that will serve as a FEMA storm shelter.

Voters said yes to a ballot issue for Galena Schools.  The district plans to build a tornado safe room at the elementary school and high school and will improve school buildings.

A $20 million bond issue for Ozark Schools was approved.  The district plans to expand school buildings, add a ninth grade center and build five storm safe rooms.

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